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Apple considers dropping the price on US TV shows to just $1

The Financial Times is reporting that, coinciding with tie iPad release in April, Apple may drop the price of US TV shows to just $1 each on its iTunes digital media store. It seems Apple is ready to experiment with its vast pool of 120 million credit-card-on-file subscribers. After the massive success enjoyed by Steam in 2009, I can only assume that Apple wants to give the whole 'half price i...

Is eBook piracy the next big thing?

Don't get me wrong, I know that people have been posting digital copies of copyrighted books online for decades. While recent technological advancements have made digital distribution of music and movie files easier than ever before, eBooks are tiny, tiny files. It didn't take very long to download a book over a 56k connection. But it's not internet bandwidth or digital distribution channels t...

Apple finally lets you check out iTunes store without installing iTunes

Apple may control one of the most popular digital music and video stores on earth. But that's really not saying much, since there are still millions of people who haven't installed iTunes on their PC or who can't install it on their Linux computer. And for all of those people, clicking on a web link that's supposed to take you to to the iTunes listing for a song, video, or iPhone app is an exerci...

iTunes 9: The Download Squad Review

Hot on the heels of today's iTunes 9 announcement, I've been busy at Download Squad's international outpost to take a look at some of the newer features in this update to one of the most well-known apps around. It maybe be at version 9 - and Apple's hype machine is running at full-pelt - but is it any good? Join me as I run through an evening with the latest version of iTunes. ...